Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that his government would continue exposing India’s belligerent designs against Pakistan and Indian PM Narendra Modi’s fascism.
The premier’s remarks came a day after Pakistan expressed hope that the international community would hold India accountable for vitiating the regional security environment after it emerged that New Delhi had staged the Pulwama attack to ensure election win for Modi.
“[International] community must stop India from its reckless, militarist agenda before the Modi government’s brink-manship pushes our region into a conflict it cannot control,” PM Imran urged in a series of tweets.
The premier reminded that he had spoken at the United Nations General Assembly in 2019 about Modi-led fascist India using the Balakot incident for domestic electoral gains.
“Latest revelations from [the] communication of an Indian journalist, known for his warmongering, reveal the unholy nexus between the Modi government and Indian media that led to a dangerous military adventurism to win an election in utter disregard for the consequences of destabilising the entire region,” PM Imran further observed.
The premier maintained that Pakistan averted a larger crisis by [taking] a responsible, measured response to Balakot. “Yet, Modi [government] continues to turn India into a rogue state,” he said.
“Indian sponsorship of terrorism in Pakistan, its abuses in Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and a 15-year Indian global disinformation campaign against us all stand exposed,” PM Imran said.
He further maintained that India’s own media had now revealed the dirty nexus that was bringing the nuclearised region to the brink of a conflict “it cannot afford,” he further added.